Learning Urdu, Math, Science and Real Life Situations

Here we are going to see some tips which can really improve the students learning through daily life experiences and learning making connection with real world situations. In a classroom a children behind desks in rows writing while a teacher fill them with knowledge.  However, this situation barely touches all the ways that a child grows mentally and picks up facts, wisdom and techniques for life.  It is possible to foster basic skills through even everyday tasks of life. Let’s explore a variety of everyday situations that can develop and enhance the skills we only envision learning in a classroom.

Urdu-Communication Language of Pakistan

Urdu is understood in all over Pakistan. It a language of communication among all the people of Pakistan. It is written fro right to left like other provincial language of Pakistan. We should encourage our student to use this language a mean of effective communication. When kids move in the bazaar or in  school/ out side the school they should be using this language not only for the spirit of national language but also as a communication language.

Math- Recipes

Cooking provides wonderful practice in correct measuring techniques and accuracy. Woodworking from directions also teaches the importance of correct measurements. Foodstuff shopping is the ultimate educational experience! Practice estimating the total bill for all the groceries in your cart and compare the answer to the true total. Answer real life word problems, “If one kilos of green beans is Rs=68.98, how much is three kilos?”

I use to ask my kids to do the shopping for me and for home. It is not only making kids confident but also the life skills of dealing the people in different situations of real life.

Science

Use life experiences as they come to explore science. A visit to a vet’s office is a great chance to ask questions about biology, “What are heartworms?” If someone in the family breaks a bone, ask the doctor if you can view the x-rays. Spend time outdoors discovering plants and animals. Continue feeding those interests by visiting the library to learn more about your discoveries.

Geography/History

Visit local landmarks and museums then discuss the historical importance. Have the children use maps from atlases or mapquest.com to direct you on a trip. Encourage geographic awareness by stopping on a familiar errand and asking the children which way you need to turn to get to the given location.

Much learning is done in the classroom but don’t miss the many opportunities to learn from everyday tasks, further the knowledge gained in the classroom and develop a love of learning.

According to researches a kid should be prepared to adapt according to real world needs. And a complete learning make sense when it is related with the real life and enable the kids to solve the mysteries of life.